This piece features the official emblem of Shrīmālā Healing Arts, an homage to the healing dakini Palden Trengwa, goddess of Maratika cave and treasure custodian (terdak) of the Yuthok Nyingthik. A long-life arrow (datar) is topped with three leaves, representing the three fruits and three jewels. It is surrounded by a rising snake, representing the fabled healing snakes of ancient Greece (featured on the Rod of Asclepius), as well as the protector of Sowa Rigpa and TTM, Shanglön Mahakala. 


This design was produced with cutting-edge 3D imaging, and can be cast in any metal (contact us for pricing if chosen metal is not listed).

Shrīmālā Arrow

  • This piece is 6cm tall and weighs 6g.

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